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The presenter of the BBC's The Incredible Human Journey takes us on a revealing tour around our bodies and into the past to uncover the evolutionary secrets hidden in all...
Almost, but not quite human, the yeti and its counterparts from wild regions of the world, still exert a powerful atavistic influence on us. Is the yeti just a ...
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